Author Archives: dyachenkowriters
Our friend Dmitry Bykov, a renowned writer, poet, and journalist, has compiled a list of required reading for adolescents, drawing from Russian and world literature. Vita Nostra got a shoutout: A child who hasn’t read Vita Nostra is missing out … Continue reading
Some haunting music to get you through the cold nights of winter, taken from the Simon Finley (composer of the He is a Dragon OST) page on soundcloud. Best enjoyed with a cup of hot tea and a good book.
Aliette de Bodard is a French-American science fiction and fantasy author. From her website: I gobbled it up in a day and found myself rereading choice passages. I love the budding relationship between Agnieszka and the Dragon, but also the … Continue reading
The Scar made onto the Top Fantasy Books of Summer 2017 by blogger Elisha Long: This book will hit you right in the feels. It starts out like expected but quickly turns sour as our main character finds out the … Continue reading
The Foundling, the new remake of the 1939 classic Soviet film about the adventures of a lost child in the big city, is in the midst of production in Moscow. Reinvented by the Dyachenkos, it has been transported into modernity, … Continue reading
August is the eve of summer. September is the dawn of autumn. from Alena and Aspirin from vk.com/theworldinsideout, the official Dyachenko Fan Club.
Earlier this month, the annual Hugo Awards Ceremony took place at the WorldCon convention held in Helsinki, Finland. The award, one of the oldest and most respected in the industry, has been commemorating science fiction authors and artists worldwide since … Continue reading
“To be alive is to be vulnerable. The depths of hell are a soap bubble’s membrane away. Ice on the road. An old cell’s error. A child picks up a pill from the floor.” – an excerpt from Vita Nostra.
In honor of the recent release of He’s a Dragon in France earlier this month, here is some beautiful concept art created by artist Dmitry Dubinsky during pre-production. These are some of the original ideas later developed into the film, … Continue reading